Well, that's frustrating: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1201401
Apparently copy/paste between crouton chroot and ChromeOS should be possible if I install the crouton Chrome extension and enable the "extension" target for the chroot but it's still not happy. Anyone have experience getting it working? Not sure if it's just because I'm using xterm and it's not configured properly or if it's an issue with the integration itself.
Sad to see that the Asus C201 and other 32bit ARM Chromebooks won't be getting Crostini support like I hoped. Guess I'll be waiting until the Asus C101PA comes down in price on ebay. Until then, Crouton with xiwi will have to do #sadpanda
MetaArpa dues paid on 2018-10-04 but my meta membership was revoked @SDF
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Put this on the list of "bugs fix but not really": https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1303305
"The package is broken so we released another package that fixes this but fail to include it in our default install so you have to know to install it to fix the bug"
Now to go clean up those 25k messages in the .esmtp_queue/ directory...